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The inaugural Israel Hotel Investment Summit (IHIS) took place at the Hilton Tel Aviv in November 2018. Part of the International Hotel Investment Forum...
Two renowned tourism professionals to provide guidance to Cape Town's premier industry organisation.
EIBTM ( www.eibtm.com ) the global event for the meetings, incentive, and business travel industry, is urging all meetings industry innovators to submit their EIBTM Technology Watch entries before the
BUDAPEST CITY (eTN) - With direct connections to most of the metropolitan areas in Europe, and with good connections to Middle East and North America through the new terminal at Budapest Airport, Buda
Everybody’s looking for added value this year, so TourCrafters, the popular Italian tour operator known for its good deals, is offering an array of special incentives to travelers who book Italian h
The Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME) Master Class seminar program, a drawcard for many visitors to the show, includes a new hard-hitting Business Event Forum on the event’s first day.
Emerging destinations in the international meetings and incentives market can now submit applications to become a Wild Card entrant at IMEX 2010.
EIBTM 2009 www.eibtm.com has confirmed some of the leading names in the meetings industry as first-time exhibitors at this year’s show.
Delta Air Lines Inc., the new owner of Northwest Airlines, will offer employees incentives to leave as it makes deeper cuts in 2009 flights.
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) recently announced new incentive programs to help organizers with confirmed events in Thailand during September to December 2008.
LHASA - Travel agencies will get bonuses for taking more tour groups to Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, the local government has announced.
Concerns over a potentially dreary summer business have forced online travel sites such as Expedia and Priceline to try offering creative, although possibly risky, new incentives.
London, England - Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly today invited passengers, businesses and environmental groups to provide evidence to the Department for Transport to consider as part of its review into the economic regulation of airports.